Aloo Patta Gobhi Sabzi ~ Potato Cabbage Stir Fry



Though I am not too fond of cabbage, I find myself enjoying a North Indian style cabbage dry saute that calls for the inclusion of potato. Its a fabulous combination and a drizzle of lemon juice gives it a flavor that is so satisfying. Its amazing how the simplest of recipes are the most flavorful. Serve with rotis and salad for a clean and simple meal.

Aloo Patta Gobhi Sabzi Recipe

Prep & Cooking: 35-40 mts

Serves 4 persons

Andhra

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Ingredients:

4 cups chopped cabbage, tightly packed

2 potatoes, peeled and cubed

paste of 2 green chilies and a small piece of ginger

1/2 tsp turmeric pwd

1/2 tsp red chili powder

1 tsp coriander powder

salt to taste

1 tsp grated jaggery or brown sugar

1 tbsp lemon juice

chopped coriander leaves for garnish

1 1/2 tbsps oil

For tempering/poppu/tadka:

1 tsp mustard seeds/ria/aavalu

1/2 tsp cumin seeds/jeera/jeelakara

1/4 tsp asafoetida/hing/inguva

few fresh curry leaves

1 Heat oil in a cooking vessel, add the mustard seeds and let them splutter. Add the cumin seeds and curry leaves and saute for a few seconds. Add asafoetida, saute for a few seconds.
2 Add the ginger-green chillies paste, saute for half a minute. Add the cubed potatoes and turmeric powder and mix. Place lid and cook over low flame for 12-15 mts. Mix in between so that it does not stick to the vessel or burn.
3 Add the chopped cabbage and mix. Place lid and cook over low flame for 12-15 mts. Mix in between so that it does not stick to the vessel or burn.
4 Remove lid once the cabbage is three fourth cooked. Continue to cook over low flame. Add red chili powder, coriander powder, jaggery or brown sugar and salt to taste and stir fry for a few more mts till the flavors blend and the cabbage retains a bit of crunch. Turn off heat, add lemon juice and mix.
5 Sprinkle fresh coriander leaves and serve with rice and rasam OR rotis.

Aloo Patta Gobhi Sabzi ~ Potato Cabbage Stir Fry

  • Prep time:
  • Cook time:
  • Serves: 4

Main Ingredients:

  1. cabbage
  2. potato

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Though I am not too fond of cabbage, I find myself enjoying a North Indian style cabbage dry saute that calls for the inclusion of potato. Its a fabulous combination and a drizzle of lemon juice gives it a flavor that is so satisfying. Its amazing how the simplest of recipes are the most flavorful.

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25 Responses

  1. Krithi says:

    Haven’t tried this combo… Sounds super good..

  2. Notyet100 says:

    Perfect with roti

  3. Madhuri says:

    Love the picture..Mouth watering. I love all of your combination stir fry recipes

  4. Tadka Pasta says:

    Its been so long since we made this. Your version looks great!

  5. Ramya says:

    Would this mixture, if made really fine and dry, be made into stuffed parathas?

  6. shirley says:

    Nobody in my family eats cabbage. The only way to consume it was through fried rice.

    This recipe looked interesting. I tried it with rotis and it’s wonderful.

  7. Eileen says:

    This recipe looks really yummy! Not being a cabbage lover, I am always looking for ways to look for delicious and interesting ways of making cabbage.

  8. Prathyusha says:

    Hello Sailu,

    I tried this curry today, I could get to the taste but missed with color not sure why?

    I think it might be because of the red chilli powder.. but still I want to find out why couldn’t I get the same color as you..

  9. Liby says:

    This is a great twist on a staple at our home… Cabbage ‘thoran’-Kerala style stir fry- made in combination with carrots or beans is what we usually have… Thanks for the recipe.

  10. deepu says:

    yummy…………………

  11. Rajani says:

    Hi Sailu ,

    I love your website. Every recipe looks yummy !

  12. Colleen says:

    This recipe looks delicious. I was just at the Indian store last night staring at the cabbage and wishing I had a recipe I knew for it. I’m excited to this! Now I’ll get to add cabbage to the shopping list. Thanks!

  13. Sulochana says:

    Loved this. Made it yesterday and the whole family devoured it.

  14. Meghna says:

    Delicious! I left out the green chilies, and the dish still had a great flavor. Even my children loved it – 3 yrs old and a 11 months old. The next morning, I turned the leftovers into veggie patties for sandwiches for lunch. Just mashed the whole subji up, smooshed it into patty size and pan fried it. Delicious sandwiches.

  15. vani says:

    dear sailu,

    whenever i feel like trying out a new recipe, the only name that comes to my mind is Sailu’s food. although we stay in delhi, my family pretty much likes all the recipes that i make after reading your blog. i wish to thank you for all your wonderful recipes that you so lovingly put together as also the lovely pictures which make me try it in the first place. if you stay in India, it would be a good idea to hold a live demonstration of your culinary skills, at least once.

    cheers, vani.

  16. Bhagyajyothi says:

    today i made this n had along with rasam..came out very very well..my 3yr son had it too..thanks Sailu

  17. shwetha shenoy says:

    very good and simple dish. thanks for sharing.

    u r in invited to participate in my blog’s first ongoing event.do read the terms and participate for sure.
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  18. shwetha shenoy says:

    very good and simple dish. thanks for sharing.

    u r in invited to participate in my blog’s first ongoing event.do read the terms and participate for sure.
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  19. don't mean to be rude says:

    sounds tasty, will try tonight. Just wondering, doesn’t “gobhi” mean cauliflower? i eel the recipe would call for cauliflower. not like it matters, still looks great and i don’t even have any cauliflower in my fridge for tonight anyway

  20. mahima prasad says:

    I tried out the recipe and it turned out really awesome .. will mail you the picture.. Thanks a lot :)

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